Shauna M. Adams
Dr. Shauna Adams is an associate professor of early childhood at the University of Dayton. She also serves as the Executive Director of the Center for Early Learning which is an office in the School of Education and Health Science devoted to early childhood initiatives, professional development and advocacy. Since 1997, Dr. Adams has acted as faculty liaison to the University’s early childhood demonstration school, the Bombeck Family Learning Center. Before coming to the University of Dayton, she worked in public schools and earned a doctorate in early childhood and special education from the University of Cincinnati.
Joy L. Comingore
Joy L. Comingore is the Early Childhood Curriculum and Field Specialist at the University of Dayton. Ms. Comingore has experience as a classroom teacher of pre-school aged children and previously worked in the children’s department of the Dayton and Montgomery County Public Library. Ms. Comingore received her master’s of arts degree from Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. She provides professional development at the local and national level on standards-based learning and integrating all content areas in a science-based curriculum. Ms. Comingore has been at the University of Dayton since 1991 and is a lifelong resident of Dayton, Ohio.